Saturday, January 23, 2010

Please Deposit my Paycheck please

I should have known something was wrong when after our dr's visit last night (yes you read right we were just at the doctor yesterday afternoon) when Riley wouldn't eat pizza, or even the pepperoni off her pizza. I should have clued in to the fact that her throat must have been hurting when my girl who loves food, especially pizza, would wait until we got home and then ask for "Daddy's Special Noodles" (ramen). When we got up this morning, I looked in Riley's throat and I'm telling you I've never seen tonsils so swollen - one side was completely to the middle of her throat and the other side was pretty good sized too. Thank goodness the dr's office is open on Saturday's now or we'd have been headed to urgent care or the ER.

The rapid strep was negative, they are sending it off to be sure, and thankfully started us on antibiotics, hopefully they'll do the trick (quickly) because my girl is miserable.

And yes, I'm thinking that the dr's office and pharmacy should start receiving their allotment from my paycheck next pay period :)
Edit: Big strep was negative too, but whatever it is, the antibiotics seem to be helping, thank goodness!!!


Leslie said...

omg poor girl!!! Get well soon!

My son just had strep but we didnt get it amen!!!BLAHH

Motherhood for Dummies said...

oh poor thing. Glad to hear that she is improving. Hopefully will be back to her happy self soon.

Kangamoo said...

After reading through all your posts... since the end of 2009, it is nice to see that having more than one child really is time consuming. I went through the same thing too. I am finally getting to a point where I can sit down and go over things again.

Hope your entire family is doing well. We are thinking of you.

Mason said...

you have a good blog

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